Election Day is over, but California is consumed with the competition to fill Kamala Harris’ soon-to-be-vacant U.S. Senate seat.
Election Day is over, but California is consumed with the competition to fill Kamala Harris’ soon-to-be-vacant U.S. Senate seat.
Spain and Portugal are on track to collectively shave at least 17 billion euros ($20 billion) off their debt service costs by end-2022, their crisis-borrowing spree essentially underwritten by the European Central Bank. S&P Global Ratings analysis shows the two countries are set to make the saving as their 10-year bond yields teeter on the cusp of 0%, thanks to the ECB's aggressive pandemic stimulus, particularly its bond purchases. In both countries the yields have fallen 40 basis points apiece this year, a far cry from the 2010-2012 debt crisis when soaring borrowing costs -- in Portugal's case to 17% -- forced the duo to accept multi-billion euro bailouts.
Washington issued new entry rules for Chinese Communist Party members traveling to the United States, the New York Times reported Thursday, citing the State Department.
ZS earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2020.
A recent study shows that the Peace Palace in The Hague contributes very positively to the international economy. The Peace Palace houses two of the most important Courts in the world, the United Nations International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of Arbitration. By solving conflicts in the courtroom, the Courts in the Palace help avoiding billions of damage and loss as a result of warfare.
International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (STO: SECT B) will provide its enterprise imaging solution to Dayton Children's Hospital. They will utilize the platform's radiology and cardiology modules as well as the multi-media archive VNA, to store all medical images throughout the health system. This unified imaging platform, tightly integrated with Epic Radiant, will provide all caregivers a full patient overview regardless of their reading location.
The prominent pro-democracy supporter's detention comes a day after several activists were jailed.
The rush by U.S-listed Chinese companies to secure a secondary listing in Hong Kong or China is only set to intensify as the United States readies a new law allowing it to kick firms off its exchanges if they do not comply with U.S. auditing rules. The "Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act" is expected to be soon signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump after it was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday. It stipulates that failure to comply with the U.S. Public Accounting Oversight Board's audits for three years in a row, will mean a U.S. delisting.
Human rights groups urged Bangladesh on Thursday to stop its plan to ship thousands of Rohingya refugees to a remote island as officials said the first group of 400 could leave later in the day. Police escorted the refugees in 10 buses from Ukhiya in Cox's Bazar for the journey to Chittagong port and then on to Bhasan Char – a flood-prone Bay of Bengal island that emerged from the sea 20 years ago. Bangladesh says moving refugees who agree to go to the island will ease chronic overcrowding in its camps which are home to more than 1 million Rohingya, members of a Muslim minority who have fled neighbouring Myanmar.
Sainsbury’s has followed supermarket rivals and revealed plans to pay back £440 million in business rates relief it received during the coronavirus crisis. A number of retailers have faced criticism about benefiting from the business rates holiday, aimed at helping firms ride out pandemic, because they are also paying out dividends to shareholders. Sainsbury’s is paying out £231 million to investors via two separate dividends relating to this year and last.
On the October evening President Emmanuel Macron ordered France back into lockdown, the chief executive of Thales told staff in a memo that anti-COVID measures already in place at the company conformed with the new requirements. Sensing a reticence at Thales, several unions complained to the labour inspectorate, according to the hard-left CGT union. "The message from management (was) to say 'we're putting in place remote working but we must protect revenues'," said Gregory Lewandowski, a Thales delegate at the CGT.
The increasing demand for mobile logistics from online retailers and increasing funding grants from the government regarding the deployment of the mobile robot in the manufacturing plants is driving the demand of the mobile robot market.Vancouver, British Columbia, Dec. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Global Mobile Robot Market will be worth USD 117.89 Billion by 2027, according to the current analysis by Emergen Research. The growth of this market can be attributed to the increasing government initiatives and funding to encourage the adoption of mobile robots across all major industries. The growing geriatric population has increased the demand for mobile robots for domestic applications, such as lawn mowers and vacuum cleaners. The reduction in prices of cameras and sensors is expected to increase the adoption of mobile robots both in domestic and industrial segments.The increasing adoption of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones in the agricultural sector for field inspection is expected to drive the mobile robot market's growth. Drones or UAVs are used to assess crop spraying, crop monitoring, and crop health. UAVs with thermal sensors help identify the region that requires irrigation changes and also reduce the presence of chemicals in groundwater. With the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI), UAVs with thermal sensors are able to calculate the vegetation index of crops and indicators of health by measuring the heat signature of the crop. Moreover, the growing focus on precision farming and livestock monitoring is a key contributing factor to the increasing adoption of mobile robots in the agricultural sector.Get FREE Sample Copy with TOC of the Report to understand the structure of the complete report@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample-form/348Key Highlights From The Report * In August 2019, KUKU developed a mobile robot for semiconductor production. The system integrates a robotic arm with an autonomous wheeled platform. * The Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) segment held the second-largest market share of 27.0% in 2019. Increasing applications for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in wildlife research & survey, photography, security applications, military & defense, and surveying & mapping is projected to drive the growth of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) segment in the market. * The Warehouse & Logistics segment is expected to deliver steady growth over the forecast period. Higher customer demand and labor shortages are estimated to increase the demand for mobile robots in warehousing & logistics companies. * North America accounted for the largest market share of the Mobile Robot market in 2019 due to the increasing demand for Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) in the defense sector. * Key participants include Northrop Grumman, Kuka, iRobot, Honda Motor, Softbank Group, Kongsberg Maritime, DJI, Bluefin Robotics Corporation, Samsung Electronics, and Lockheed Martin, among others.ORDER NOW (Customized Report Delivered as per Your Specific Requirement)@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/348Emergen Research has segmented the Global Mobile Robot Market on the basis of product, application, and region: * Product Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027) * Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) * Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) * Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) * Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) * Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027) * Warehouse & Logistics * Defense & Security * Energy & Power * Mining and Minerals * Automotive * Entertainment, Education and Personnel * Domestic * OthersTo identify the key trends in the industry and read full summary click on the link: https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/mobile-robot-market * Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027) * North America 1. 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Top-ranked Gonzaga and No. 2 Baylor will play in Indianapolis on Saturday for the ninth meeting between the top two teams in AP Top 25 since 2005. Gonzaga blew through its first two opponents, beating No. 7 Kansas and Auburn by a combined 35 points. The Zags faced a much stiffer test against No. 11 West Virginia Wednesday night in Indianapolis.
It happened just days after they returned to the classroom for in-person learning. Despite the outbreak, that school remains open.
Alibaba Group's Cainiao is in talks with Chinese vaccine makers over COVID-19 vaccine logistics, a spokeswoman said on Thursday, as the company launched a partnership with Ethiopian Airlines to transport medicine to the Middle East and Africa. "We are currently in discussion with some domestic COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers and international organizations on cooperation over COVID-19 vaccine logistics," the spokeswoman said. Cainiao, a logistics company, underpins delivery for Alibaba's e-commerce marketplace, and it says it aims to deliver across the globe in 72 hours.
WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced that it has licensed its wireless charging technology to Delta Electronics (Thailand) Public Company Limited (later referred to as "Delta"), a global leader in power and thermal management solutions. The agreement enables Delta to build and sell wireless charging systems for a broad range of industrial equipment, such as automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), mobile robots, and electric forklift trucks.
The centerpiece of “Love, Weddings & Other Disasters” is a sweetly engaging story about the improbable autumnal romance between an impossibly demanding celebrity caterer, played by a perfectly cast Jeremy Irons, and the age-appropriate, sight-impaired free spirit (a very winning Diane Keaton) who manages to locate a warm heart beneath his frosty demeanor. Unfortunately — […]
As millions of mink are culled in Europe amid fears they could spread the novel coronavirus, struggling Chinese suppliers are defying calls for their business to be banned and taking advantage of a surge in global prices for the prized fur. Chinese mink farmers, rattled by a ban on wildlife trade early in the pandemic, are now resuming breeding of the slinky mammals, while traders have boosted prices by as much as a third as supplies tighten. Authorities in Denmark, the world's biggest mink exporter, began slaughtering an estimated 15-17 million animals in early November after some tested positive for a mutated form of the coronavirus, raising concerns that vaccine-resistant strains could recirculate in humans.
Walmart Inc-controlled Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart said on Thursday it was partially spinning off PhonePe in a move aimed at widening the digital payments platform's access to capital to fuel its growth. PhonePe, which competes with Alibaba-backed homegrown payments pioneer Paytm and GooglePay, will raise $700 million in primary capital, Bengaluru-based Flipkart said in a statement. The funds will be raised at a post-money valuation of $5.5 billion from existing Flipkart investors led by Walmart, the statement said.
Good progress is being made by Britain and the European Union in Brexit trade negotiations but Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government will not sign up to a deal that is not in Britain's interest, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said on Thursday. "We always expect negotiations to go up to the wire, it's a very typical situation when you're having a negotiation with the European Union," Williamson told Sky. "I'm confident from what I hear that progress, good progress is being made but we're going to do a deal that is right for Britain, if such a deal is available," he said.
Bitcoin, the biggest and original cryptocurrency, soared to a record $19,918 on Tuesday, buoyed by demand from investors who variously view the virtual currency as a "risk-on" asset, a hedge against inflation and a payment method gaining mainstream acceptance. But the boom represents a shift in the market, which has typically been dominated by investors in East Asian nations like China, Japan and South Korea since the digital currency was invented by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto over a decade ago. It is North American investors who have been the bigger winners in the 165% rally this year.